Eisenberg Einklang Extended

From what I can understand based on this press release, Eisenberg’s Einklang Extended is similar to what is available in Avid’s Xpand plugin allowing you to combine different types of synthesis in layers to make unique sounds in a way that is easy for the user who doesn’t necessarily want to dig too deep into sound design. Each pack for Extended is based on a certain color and serves specific purposes. This is an extremely interesting synth. I may have to try it out.

Audio company Eisenberg is proud to announce availability of EINKLANG Extended — bundling its exceptional EINKLANG software synthesizer for Mac (OS 10.6 or higher) and PC (Windows XP or later) with its RED Tone Pack, GREEN Tone Pack, and BLUE Tone Pack, plus the recently-released premium WHITE Tone Pack and BLACK Tone Pack, to add a whole new range of tone colours — as of March 20…
Eisenberg’s EINKLANG is a soft synth like no other. After all, a dictionary defines a synthesizer — somewhat simplistically — as an electronic musical instrument that produces a wide variety of sounds by generating and combining signals of different frequencies. Whereas synthesizers traditionally do this according to a strict set of technical parameters, EINKLANG resynthesizes sounds using instrument models based on Eisenberg’s Artificial Intelligence Studio Technology (AIST), allowing it to understand the structures of sounds and remember specific nuances of different instruments so you don’t have to. Lowering the pitch of a cello affects its timbre in a different way to lowering the pitch of a french horn, for example — just like their real-world counterparts. Conversely, you can even detune a single string from a cello — detuning its overtones, in other words, which is physically impossible for monophonic one-dimensional resonators such as a single string. Clever stuff!
Similarly, those instrument models can be tweaked directly using the minimal TIMBRE, LOUDNESS, and MODULATION musical parameter groups — all of which affect the sound more deeply than might first appear possible, thanks to that powerful AIST engine. Elsewhere, instrument models are also morphed seamlessly from one sound to another using the MORPHING triangle with three slots for tone colours. Cleverly, EINKLANG is the first synthesizer to introduce a strong synaesthetic link between sound and colour with all GUI controls responding to MORPHING triangle relationships in corresponding colours — just like white light is able to travel through the colour spectrum in additive colour synthesis. Morph three tone colours together as one and everything is illuminated in pure white. It’s all in einklang (agreement). As a result, musicians can concentrate on doing what they do best — making musical sounds, without having to first familiarise themselves with overwhelming technology.
EINKLANG itself comes complete with 150 tone colours for morphing purposes, ranging from acoustic to synthetic. But by bundling it with RED Tone Pack, GREEN Tone Pack, and BLUE Tone Pack, plus the recently-released premium WHITE Tone Pack and BLACK Tone Pack, Eisenberg has considerably extended its sonic reach — so much so that it’s almost like playing a completely new EINKLANG each time!
RED Tone Pack, GREEN Tone Pack, and BLUE Tone Pack effectively belong together as they capably cover a third of the common tone colours between them: RED Tone Pack provides 120 synth/lead tone colours, including a variety of classic synth basses and pleasing pads — smoothly morph from an analogue-sounding lead to a shimmering-sounding pad to a screaming-sounding bass and discover numerous new sounds in-between; GREEN Tone Pack presents 120 acoustic/live tone colours, including pads, acoustic and electric pianos, various organs, synth and acoustic basses, brass, guitars, and vocal/choir sounds — all of which can be morphed with each other or other tone colours; and BLUE Tone Pack proffers pads in profusion — 120 drone/pad tone colours, to be precise, all of which create movement within themselves or any other tone colour that they are combined with. Whatever your personal preference, each offer more MODULATION over time and a stronger dynamics component compared to the standard 150 tone colours included in EINKLANG alone.
WHITE Tone Pack and BLACK Tone Pack possess an even wider range of dynamics and intra-morphing, meaning a tone could be a piano in the lower range and a marimba in the higher range or even a trumpet when played with more dynamics, for instance. In building both of these packs, Eisenberg analysed three times more content than was the case when creating their colourful siblings — hence the premium appellation. As such, WHITE Tone Pack puts forward 120 energetic/uplifting premium tone colours, making much use of useful splits, such as different basses in the lower register and a selection of sounds such as organs, electric pianos, and pads in the upper register, while BLACK Tone Pack presents 120 dark/ambient premium tone colours, including lots of touch-sensitive basses, leads, pads, and organs, as well as sounds specially designed to add certain frequencies or qualities to enhance a set of two other tone colours — ‘stringify’ sounds or sprinkle a little ‘stardust’ over the top, so-to-speak.
With sizeable savings — compared to purchasing everything separately, surely everyone will be in complete agreement: EINKLANG Extended represents remarkable value. Quite simply, sound design heaven speedily awaits anyone willing to take the plunge into the truly groundbreaking world of AIST-assisted sound generation. Generally speaking, what takes dozens of knobs to achieve using conventional synthesizers can be done with one in EINKLANG. Exactly what’s not to like? We’re sure you’ll like what you hear — morphing or otherwise!

Available in AAX, AU, RTAS, VST

EINKLANG Extended can be purchased from the Eisenberg online Shop (http://www.eisenberg-audio.de/shop) for €239.00 EUR/$239.00 USD.
Check out some awe-inspiring audio examples of EINKLANG in action here: https://soundcloud.com/eisenbergaudio/
All set for an April release, EINKLANG 1.2 is improved with several new features: reworked playback engine with louder main output, visual level meter with fine control for volume gain, and a new preset browser in both standalone and plug-in modes.